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Reflection Pool, Berkeley by Landis Bennett.

IVRPA Panoramic Photography Contest 2007: Interactive Results!

Hi everyone!

I want to thank everyone, again, for their interest and enthusiasm surrounding the IVRPA Panoramic Photography Contest. All winning print images and interactive presentations were announced during the banquet Sunday night and applauded mightily. Congratulations to all.

By popular demand the IVRPA will have the contest gallery back in place soon (sometime after the conference ends).

Below I'll list the place winners and honorable mentions for the Interactive main category. You can follow links to view the entries, and also peruse the Web profile for the person behind the camera/keyboard. Enjoy!

Cheers,

Patrick Cheatham

All winning entrants and honorable mentions will receive an award certificate and IVRPA Web badge.

Innovation (Best of Show):
"Skiing on Whistler Mountain", Whistler Canada
Robert Eberhard
Award: iPod Nano; 1 year IVRPA membership; 1 SPi-V license; 1 PTGui license; 1 Realviz Stitcher license; 1 copy of the panorama book "The Panorama Phenomenon" (featuring Aldo Hoeben!).

First Place:
"Bad Wiessee", Germany
Jürgen Schrader
Award: iPod Shuffle; 1 year IVRPA membership; 1 SPi-V license; 1 PTGui license; 1 Realviz Stitcher license.

Honorable Mentions:
Landscapes:
"Island", Reunion island
Romuald Vareuse

Cityscapes:
"Orchestra Room - Exterior", Place des Arts, Montreal, Canada
Jean-Guy Bergeron

Famous Places & Landmarks:
"Toti Submarine's control room by night", Milan, Italy, Science and Tecnology Museum "Leonardo da Vinci"
Roberto Mancuso

People & Events:
"Christmas Market", Esslingen a. N., Germany
Milko Amorth

Architecture & Interiors:
"Great Room", Ahwahnee Hotel, Yosemite National Park, California
Steven Dos Remedios

Extreme:
"The Oasis in Lechuguilla Cave", Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Carlsbad, NM
Gene Cooper

Commissioned:
"Medina Mayrit Arab Baths", Madrid, Spain
Bob Masters

Interactive Environments:
"Marius Degustare", Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
Ricardo Araujo